Assam CM claims that BJP will return to power in Tripura | Media Pyro


Agartala: Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma on Monday said that the BJP will win at least 55 seats in the 60-member assembly and urged workers to devote the next three months unconditionally to the party for its comeback. withhold judgment.

Talking to the BJP workers here he said before the last assembly elections when he visited Tripura he saw the frustration, suffering, and suffering on the face of the people due to 25 years of misrule by the communists. But today the faces have been changed to a look of happiness and satisfaction after five years of BJP rule even though many of the wishes are yet to be fulfilled.

“We know that five years of time in the history of the state is nothing. In the 50 years of the government, Tripura was ruled by the communists for 35 years, Congress for five years and both parties jointly for the first five years but BJP for the last five years. The past is not over yet, even then the success rate is visible. The difference, and we hope that Tripura will continue to progress in the next five years of BJP rule,” said Sarma.

He pointed out that in these five years the BJP has spent most of its time to clean up the system, which was dirty for a long time.

Despite this, the BJP-IPFT government in Tripura has done a lot for the state in terms of improving communication, governance, and development indices, which is clearly shown.

The current population – Tripura is developing like other states of the country under the visionary rule of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said.

Highlighting the rule of Modi Sarma said, “Northeast used to have only one representative in the central assembly, none other than Santosh Mohan Dev. No one at the center was concerned about the North East and thought it was progress. But today at least five ministers have got important posts in the central government of Tripura, for the first time it has got a central minister working for the state and the region.”

The Prime Minister’s visit to the North East was like a big event in the past in previous governments but at least 60 times Narendra Modi visited the region during his seven years in office. The people of the North-East are no longer facing problems with their identity in Delhi or other cities, as the Modi-led government has presented the region so well that people have forgotten their bad past, Sarma reminded.

Sharing his experience, the Assam CM said that in a recent meeting with the Chief Minister of Karnataka he was asking if there were any major events happening in the North East, as the Prime Minister was in a university program where he spoke to the students of the state and said the Karnataka CM to take care of the students of the northeast in a good way – they should face any difficulties, which shows the attention and love of the PM for the people of the state.


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